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Old 01-14-2021, 01:54 PM
 
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My primary class is all virtual and will be during Valentine's Day. Any fun ideas about how we could celebrate?


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Old 01-15-2021, 11:36 AM
 
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I don't have any ideas, but I would love some.
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Are you able to put together work for parents to pick up at school?

-Send home a cut-out heart shape and ask students to create something out of it.
-Send home paper so students can create a Valentine's Day card and assign each student a specific student to make a card for (you will obviously need to make some yourself in case someone doesn't do it).
- Do a mini lesson - facts about our heart and then do some things to get their heart rate up.
- This is not specific to Valentine's Day but you could do it on that day....create a Google Slide with a picture of each of your students on a slide. Then create a speech bubble that they have to type in. I did this with my students a few weeks ago and they were hysterical. You could use hearts for the speech bubbles.
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